Posts tagged "Jeremy Bolen"

“Buckled and Stained”: Jeremy Bolen at Andrew Rafacz Gallery

The following catalogue essay was written for Buckled and Stained, a solo exhibition by Jeremy Bolen at Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, 2015. “Isn’t it strange that we can admire comets, black holes, and suns — entities that would destroy us if they came within a few miles of us — and we can’t get a handle on global warming? Isn’t global warming now in the uncanny valley? Doesn’t this have something to do with art?”+

Buckled and Stained: Jeremy Bolen at Andrew Rafacz Gallery

The following essay was published in a catalogue for Jeremy Bolen's 2015 exhibition, Sensors for the Unsound. In Undark/Ottawa #1, one and a half electric clocks shine in the dark. The clock on the left is complete. It reads one thirty-five with a minute hand that has just hit the ten second mark. The second half-clock on the right appears ever so slightly in the past: while still one thirty-five, its minute hand is barely shy of the ten second marker. Both clocks bare the... +